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Taskforce created to ship medical O2 to low-income nations

With the COVID-19 pandemic has come a world spike within the demand for oxygen, and 25 international locations – most of them on the African...

Massive Tobacco ploughing crooked furrow in African markets

Two troubling latest investigations from the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Venture (OCCRP) have shone a recent highlight on the tobacco business’s continued complicity...

U.S. reinstates sanctions towards Dan Gertler

The US has reinstated sanctions towards worldwide businessman Dan Gertler, an in depth ally of former president Joseph Kabila whose pursuits within the Democratic...

Issoufou awarded Ibrahim Prize for Achievement

Mahamadou Issoufou, the outgoing president of Niger, is the recipient of the 2020 Ibrahim Prize for Achievement in African Management. The US$5 million prize, paid over...

Suluhu sworn in as Tanzania mourns Magufuli

Samia Suluhu Hassan, the vp of Tanzania, was sworn in as president on Friday following the dying of John Magufuli. The 61-year-old Suluhu served as...

COVID threatens Africa’s conservation efforts

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a sobering influence on international nature conservation, with Africa and Asia probably the most severely affected, based on new...

Somalia will get Astra Zeneca vaccines as firm defends product security

Somalia obtained its first cargo of the Oxford Astra Zeneca COVID-19 vaccine doses on Monday, simply as different nations – significantly throughout Europe –...

Sassou N’guesso win anticipated as COVID claims most important opposition candidate

Authorities within the Republic of Congo say Denis Sassou N’guesso, the nation’s longtime ruler, is about for victory in elections held Sunday. Henri Bouka, head...

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Local weather startups in 3 African nations see $580K for cooling initiatives

Three African nations are amongst these awarded grants from a brand new fund designed to ship sustainable cooling to a number of the hottest...

UNICEF warns of elevated meals insecurity in African nations

UNICEF, the United Nations company for kids, warns that some 10.4 million kids – all in international locations on the African continent except for...

Oxfam sounds alarm over COVID vaccine entry in poor nations

The Oxfam NGO is warning that the world’s poorest nations – two thirds of them on the African continent – don’t have equal entry...

Norwegian authorities calls on Ethiopia to guard NGOs

The federal government of Norway has condemned the destruction of humanitarian support services in Ethiopia, the place the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) support group...